Miami Getting First Ever Flights To Warsaw, Poland

Miami International Airport, which is ranked second in America by number of European airlines, is adding yet another.

LOT Polish will begin flying to Miami on June 1, 2019 from Warsaw, the airline confirmed yesterday. Tickets are now on sale.

“Miami is currently one of the largest markets in the U.S so far not served by LOT,” said Rafał Milczarski, LOT CEO. “It is the first such convenient connection between Central and Eastern Europe and Florida with almost half a million passengers per year travelling between the two regions. Thanks to our broad network of connections and the most convenient transfers offered via hub in Warsaw, I am sure that many passengers from Miami will take advantage of our latest offer and fly on our board to Budapest, Prague, Kiev or Tel Aviv.”

With the addition of Warsaw, MIA now has service to 22 European cities. It is the first time Miami has had scheduled service to Warsaw.

Flights will be operated by a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner seating 252 passengers, and will initially run four times per week.

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Bardzo dobrze! Beautiful country with amazing history!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Good news, more beautiful Polish people coming, but where is the Tokyo connection?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Dallas, Los Angeles, San Fransisco, etc.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Correction. 22 European cities. MIA forgot the two winter-only destinations.

1) Amsterdam
2) Barcelona
3) Brussels
4) Copenhagen
5) Dublin
6) Dusseldorf
7) Frankfurt
8) Helsinki (Winter only)
9) Istanbul
10) Lisbon
11) London
12) Madrid
13) Milan
14) Moscow
15) Munich (Winter only)
16) Oslo
17) Paris
18) Rome
19) Stockholm
20) Vienna (Summer only)
21) Warsaw
22) Zurich

Plus:

23) Casablanca
24) Doha
25) Tel Aviv

Polo
2 years ago

Vienna route is year round.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Not anymore, sadly. Won’t operate in winter 2018/19.

Anonymous
2 years ago

haha and I was actually thinking about go to Poland next year too.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Miami International Airport just keeps growing, keep up the good work. When will we have a non-stop route from Miami International Airport to Tokyo?

Also, here are some other domestic route suggestions from/to Miami International Airport: Portland, Maine, Portland, Oregon, Burlington, Vermont, & Lexington, Kentucky (American Airlines goes to all those airports from different airports/cities). Miami International Airport bring back service to both Salt Lake City and Tulsa (if there’s still a market or if it makes financial sense). Miami also some international connecting cities/routes from/to: Vancouver, Calgary, Regina, & Saskatoon (all airports/cities in Canada)

Anonymous
2 years ago

What happen to service between both Milwaukee and Long/Islip by Frontier? Miami should considered to re-introducing or bring back service to those connecting cities/routes.

P.S. those were good to routes to have.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I meant good routes to have.

Gringo
2 years ago

Not sure why Frontier dropped out of the MIA FLL market

Anonymous
2 years ago

Honestly, we need another Frontier route expansion at Miami International Airport. The airport needs to stop dropping routes without a good/valid reason and to keep them without replacing the old routes with new ones.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Where is tokyo

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s located between the eastern and western hemisphere of your brain.